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The San Mateo Arboretum Society has donated $7,000 to help fund a redesigned sign entrance and garden near the Ninth Avenue entrance of San Mateo Central Park. The donation will cover the improvements to the sign, along with new plants...

source: Daily Journal

Anderson Marsh’s easy-to-hike trails are a treat for the senses almost any time of the year, but perhaps especially now, months into the COVID-19 pandemic, when we are all feeling confined to our own backyards. Here is a birdwatcher’s paradise and a wide expanse...

source: The Press Democrat

The illuminated 150-foot tall Ferris wheel in Golden Gate Park may remain in place beyond this spring, but some nature lovers want it taken down by February before the bird migration season. The wheel was installed in March...

source: San Francisco Examiner

The Davis City Council took up the remainder of the item on the recommendations by the subcommittee on the subject of Reimagining the Police in Davis. The council did not take formal actions on Tuesday, however, each member made it clear that they had strong support for...

source: Davis Vanguard

Most cities have a Parks & Recreation Department, coordinating and promoting playground activities, fitness and crafts classes, and overseeing facilities from pocket parks to swimming pools. Not so in Sonoma: as far as anyone recalls, the city never had such a department—though...

source: Sonoma Index-Tribune

Imagine you are a public works employee in a California city. Today’s service order: drive across town to paint a curb red. You locate the paint, drive to the site, and paint the curb to the prescribed specifications. Sweat drips down your face as you crouch into...

source: Lead Change


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